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Is A Site Low Level? DA vs CF vs TF … DR, DS, AS, TS and more!

What to do with a low ranking site?
I was asked a seemingly simple question by a client today. Should low level sites he owns be scrapped and used for their backlinks by 301 redirecting the sites.
Simplest Answer: I think it’s hard to quantify if a site is low level.
Ultimateseo.org has a DA 19, that seems pretty low. But keep in mind it used to be a DA 40 before Moz changed it’s scoring. Keep also in mind that change in scoring showed no reflection in the site’s ranking. I recommend 301 redirecting based on anchor text
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Easiest Tools To Speed Up WordPress Site Load Times For SEO

In a previous post we noted the difference speed can make in search engine ranking.  The same content delivered in different ways was listed on the same domains but in different positions between desktop and mobile indexes.  Site Speed Affects Ranking In this post we’re going to review two less popular ways to speed up your site and we’ll mention the popular ways.  There’s a reason why Ultimate SEO uses slightly different processes for page load. Often people download plugin optimizers and add page cache plugins to speed up their sites.  Caching is important and serves as one of the best…

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Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum

Contributor: Brooke Herd- Azusa Pacific University, Department of Clinical Psychology, Psy.D. Student​Agenesis of the corpus callosum (AgCC) is a rare congenital condition resulting from the complete absence (cAgCC) or hypogenesis (partial absence; pAgCC) of the corpus callosum [1-2]. The corpus callosum is the main commissure connecting the two cerebral hemispheres, and is composed of about 200 million axonal connections [3]. A typically developing corpus callosum serves to pr […] …

Inhibitory control in children with ADHD

Contributor: Erin Kaseda, Brigham Young University, Neuroscience undergraduate & ANST MemberOverview:  It is estimated that between 5-10% of children and adolescents in the United States have been diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) [1]. Developmentally appropriate self-regulation allows for social flexibility and goal-oriented motivation; traits often diminished in children with ADHD [2].  Pediatric ADHD populations typically experi […] …

Assessing Performance and Symptom Validity during Neuropsychological Evaluation

Contributor: Zach Greth, BS –University of North Carolina at Charlotte Topic Overview Concerns over malingering and invalid symptom reporting continue to escalate within clinical and forensic settings. Recent rates suggest some 19-68% of U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) disability claims have been reported to include elements of compromised effort and feigning during clinical evaluation [6]. This can be problematic if claimants are erroneously compensate […] …

Cannabinoid Legalization Unintentionally Impacts Pediatric Neurodevelopment

Contributor: Amelia Howard, M.S.- Azusa Pacific University, Department of Clinical Psychology, Psy.D. Program (Doctoral Student)Overview:Cannabinoids or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ9-THC) is commonly referred to as Marijuana [1]. There are over 180 million users worldwide and 22.2 million users in the US [1-2]. A comprehensive review of published studies, case series, and case reports revealed that 3,582 children, age 12 years or less, unintentionally ingested cann […] …

Neuroprogression in Bipolar Disorder

Contributor: Robmarie Lopez-Soto, M.S., PhD Candidate in Clinical Psychology, Ponce Health Sciences UniversityOverview:Bipolar Disorder (BD) is a neuropsychiatric illness that is the sixth leading cause of disability worldwide [1]. BD is characterized by alternating manic and depressive mood episodes, with interspersed periods of euthymia that vary in length depending on biochemical, clinical and psychosocial factors implicated in age of illness onset, mood episode frequency and […] …

Anticholinergic Medications and Cognitive Functioning

Contributor: Thomas R. Valentine, M.A., PhD Candidate in Clinical Psychology, The Ohio State University Overview:Anticholinergic medications are a diverse class of drugs that block the binding of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine to receptors in the central and peripheral nervous system [1]. These agents treat a variety of physical and mental health conditions, including seasonal allergies, gastrointestinal distress, overactive bladder, insomnia, anxiety, and depression[2]. Ant […] …

Noninvasive Assessment of Language Laterality in Pre-Surgical Epilepsy Patients

Contributor: Briana Brukilacchio, M.Ed.,  The University of Texas at Austin, PhD Program in School Psychology​Topic OverviewAn estimated 15% of all patients with focal epilepsy syndromes do not experience substantial relief when treated with anticonvulsant medications alone [1]. For these patients with intractable epilepsy, surgical intervention is often indicated [2]. In order to maximize postoperative benefits and minimize the risk of associated impairments, such pa […] …